The last few years have solidified Honda's turbo generation. Sure, there have been sprinklings in the past, but the 2016 Civic was a gateway to the flood of turboed Hondas, including the darling mid-sized sedan, the Accord. The 2.0T variant stole the show with boasting CTR-esque power in a big cushy sedan, but let's face it, as good as the 2.0T is, the 1.5T is going to be the Accord for the masses. Even with the smaller displacement, there's still plenty of available power and efficiency that lend the 1.5T Accord for being a great all-around sedan and robust platform with tons of potential. Granted, for most owners, bone stock is perfect for their daily commutes, but some want to squeeze even more performance out of their Accord, starting with an intake.
The L15B7, more commonly known as the 1.5T, is, for the most part, shared between the core of Honda's current lineup, specifically this Accord, the CR-H, HR-V, and the Civic. The Accord received the second most potent iteration of the